Previously on Elementary: Dead Man’s Switch. Because the last four episodes of Season 1 of Elementary focus on Sherlock’s hunt for Moriarty, I wanted to take the time and watch and review it in one go. I have found that complex stories often work better when watched in marathon, so I wanted to give it […]Read More “As if men had a monopoly on murder” — Elementary: the Complete Finale of Season 1
Previously on Elementary: Snow Angels. Based on The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton, this episode presents us with the show’s most despicable criminal to date.Read More Elementary: Dead Man’s Switch.
Previously on Elementary: Déjà Vu All Over Again. What do a pretend holding cell riot, a blizzard, a murder, and about 200 stolen smartphones have in common? They’re all being pestered by two consulting detectives with things to do and places to be.Read More Elementary: Snow Angels.
Previously on Elementary: Possibility Two. Flashback to six months earlier: Joan’s out with her friends, they’re discussing life and work — and just then, the call comes in. The call that will, incidentally, change Joan’s life. And her only question is: “What kind of a name is Sherlock?”Read More Elementary: Déjà Vu All Over Again.
Previously on Elementary: Details. The case runs like this: rich guy thinks he’s being genetically engineered to kick the bucket. Sherlock Holmes doesn’t believe it’s possible. Rich guy then shoots his driver, Sherlock takes the case—and a bee that’s, apparently, worth a whole load of money. Sherlock investigates and his theories bring all the boys […]Read More Elementary: Possibility Two.
Previously on Elementary: A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs. Thing what we learnt today: you gotta look out for family.Read More “Could Have Been a Knife!”—Elementary: Details.
Previously on Elementary: The Deductionist. When old friends come to visit, that’s usually great. Reminiscences, old jokes, sometimes those are a solid foundation to build a friendship future on. Less so when your name is Sherlock Holmes and the old friend is your former drug dealer, Rhys, who’s run into some problems.Read More “Now, I Urinate.”—Elementary: A Giant Gun Filled with Drugs.
Previously on Elementary: The Red Team. Destined for self-annihilation? Let’s see about that. In comes Kathryn Drummond (played by Kati Matchett), profiler with the FBI, and old… friend of Sherlock’s. Well, I say friend.Read More Sherlock Made a Friend—Elementary: The Deductionist.
Previously on Elementary: M. Apart from this being one of the more convoluted cases of the season, this is the fall-out. If last episode hadn’t ended any differently, Sherlock could have been facing trial and a hefty prison sentence now—but he’s free, he’s fine (mostly). He’s also suspended from consulting with the NYPD. Sherlock knew […]Read More Elementary: The Red Team.
Previously on Elementary: Dirty Laundry. This is where it gets interesting. This is the day Sherlock has been waiting for.Read More Me and the Devil walk side by side—Elementary: M.
Previously on Elementary: The Leviathan. Ooh, Russian spies! That’s about it on the case front, actually. The real action’s happening somewhere else.Read More Who’s Counting?—Elementary: Dirty Laundry.
Previously on Elementary: You Do It to Yourself. So, what’ve we got? A turbulent case of crime and a case of familial estrangement; both of which Sherlock sets his mind to solve—at least partially successfully. Oh, and a threesome with twins.Read More Triplets for you?—Elementary: The Leviathan.